Sunland Motel Mesa
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... was WAY behind on the orders—and three couples left the café!! One had his beer and salad, and had waited well over an hour and still no meal! We do not blame them. So everyone was upset and we did eventually get our Veg pizza, that was very good! Home for some TV and a drink and work on my jigsaw puzzle.
Feb 2nd- Sunday —We have had cool weather lately, and I have not been on the computer much. We did watch the Super ...
... and a "premier 5-star rated" Archery Range (there is also a Gun Range just outside the park. We can hear the pop-pop-pop of the guns from our campsite). The park is well run, which is amazing considering they have only six paid staff. They’re assisted by camp hosts who often get here in Oct and stay for the season. In exchange for 20 hrs/wk of work in the park per person (40 hrs/couple), camp hosts get their campsite for ...
... some heavy load carrying to capture bird photos. We saw so many birds without even really trying.
The Diverse Scenery:
We experienced wide open spaces during game viewing outings, fabulous water ways - the Nile and the Kazinga Channel, and cloud forests. Uganda also has some beautiful lakes, including the northern shores of Lake Victoria as well as several areas with crater lakes.
... not frozen in. Phil went out for a few errands and I was ready to go to the movies when he returned. Saw American Hustler—good, but hard to hear unless they were shouting at each other! Also a complicated plot and hard to keep all the characters straight! It is 19 degrees out now at 7pm- Really cold walking back to the car! Home to rest a bit and then to Sabatino’s for dinner. They were crowded so we went to Caffe Italia. Danielle was our server and ...
... nicest showers anywhere....its a resort and spa rolled into one.
With 2200 sites it is the largest RV park in Arizona. It also has the largest site we've had so far. Twenty two ft is the minimal size they accept and with it you get a separate stall for parking....all for the low price of $285/week. Liz has already said that once we head back from New Orleans we should come back and stay for a month especially with all the golf in the area.
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed